Archive: Month: July 2016
I am really excited to introduce you to this gorgeous and amazing vibrant lady Rukayat Ositade, the founder of MyImani. MyImani is an ethno-tribal interior design brand that provides you with unique services in sourcing for rare ethnic artifacts suitable for interior decorations.
During our chat, Rukayat said Imani is a Swahili version of Iman, which means faith. In this interview with her, she shared a lot of interesting and some surprising details about herself.
I’m sure you’re curious to find out too. Come on, let’s meet her…
Code Camp Africa is here to teach teenagers how to code and create apps from an early age. The best time for learning and assimilation is at this stage.
This is the opportunity the organizers of Code Camp Africa have seized to build the mind of teenagers for coding. They are preparing teens to use technology to solve problems.
Do something different from the norm with these lovely Ankara wedding ideas we’ve got outlined here.
Ankara to some people may just be known as the capital of Turkey, but to many Africans and even globally now, it is a beautifully coloured fabric that has been worn for ages.
Mostly this fabric is made of cotton material. It is available as African wax print, Holland wax or Dutch wax. In this article, we will be talking about various ways you can use Ankara in your wedding.
Ethnikologie CEO, founder of the African arts and craft store has a lot to inspire us with. Have you always had a passion to do something but always take a step back thinking maybe it’s not the best path for you?
You need to meet the founder of Ethnikologie, Titiloye Ashamu who’s passion has led to the creation of her amazing business in arts and crafts.
Let’s meet her now and take a note or two from her. Come on!
Are you looking for where to get lovely custom made wedding gifts, Aso Ebi gifts, wedding favours, African gifts in Nigeria, African souvenirs, unique Afrocentric souvenirs, wedding souvenirs and unique corporate gift items in Nigeria? Look no further. We bring to you a company called Bellafricana.
The importance of community and networking in growing a strong business has been overlooked for quite some time now.
Community chiefly entails supporting and interacting positively with other individuals who share a vested interest.
While competition is healthy for business, it is also important to forge bonds that will last decades, even generations. If not, who are you doing business with then?
Entrepreneurship is a very big part of growing an economy. It is important youths learn and adapt the concept of entrepreneurship at an early stage.
In light of this, the NIDO UK South is inviting youths to their 2 day Youth Entrepreneurship Training and Competition. This will hold on the 25th and 26th of July 2016, at the International Conference Centre Abuja from 10am to 5pm.
Hello there, here’s a wonderful write up by our guest Daniel Okon, about his vacation in Ghana, the Gold Coast of Africa. If you don’t know much about the beauties of Africa, you need to read this destination review to the end.
Daniel Okon Writes About Ghana
When you think of going on vacation, a beautiful island in the Caribbean or a yacht experience in the south of France might be ideal. You do not leave Africa to enjoy new experiences or have a fabulous time. There are many beautiful tourist sites and destination in Africa that are undervalued. Tour the Gold Coast of West Africa A.K.A Ghana with me. Akwaba!
The founder of The Market Place cordially welcomes you to the 3rd edition of The Pop Up Market. They organize pop up market that brings together brand owners with exotic collections from the Local & Expat Community for a contemporary shopping experience.
The Pop-Up Market, what started out as a small initiative has grown to a business with over 80 Astonishing vendors on our books. Markets are the “in thing” and the organizers of the event have found that there was a demand for markets so they strive to maintain a high standard of quality.
The Market Place organizers are a passionate company, with a mandate to promote upcoming exceptional Entrepreneurs by creating a platform for exposure to Africans and within the African Market and worldwide. As part of their CSR efforts, they are giving back 5% of the proceeds from this event to a Charity cause “Fight for our Soldiers” by Kiki Osinbajo; dedicated to providing for families of slain soldiers due to the Boko-Haram Insurgence.
Natural hair has gotten a lot of hype in recent times and some people just can’t understand why everybody is all psyched about it. Let me just say it’s a common misconception that going natural is a new thing.
You see, natural hair has been a very significant part of our African heritage since time immemorial. I mean, there was no relaxer in existence all those time and our ancestors got their hair going fine and happy. But maybe not so happy sha (means: though), if you think of the stress involved in working the kinks in the hair.
If you’re thinking_ ‘common Nike, that’s far-fetched now’_ OK, let’s move a little closer to present times, I’m sure you definitely agree there are people whose religion prohibits them from get their hair relaxed right? And still they keep their hair well and even sometimes fashionably.
What am I driving at? Fear Not!!!